SHS Web of Conferences
Volume 8, 20144e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française
|Page(s)||2707 - 2718|
|Section||Ressources et Outils pour l'analyse linguistique|
|Published online||24 July 2014|
Key Node in Context (KNIC) Concordances: Improving Usability of an Old French Treebank
Linacre College, St. Cross Road, OX1 3JA Oxford, UK
2 ICAR UMR5191 (CNRS) / ENS de Lyon, 15, parvis René Descartes, 69342 Lyon Bp7000 Cedex, France
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While annotated treebanks are an invaluable tool in linguistic research, the tree-based form in which corpus search tools often present search results is not necessarily well-suited to the user’s requirements. We argue that a concordance style export of search results, built around a user-identified "key node" in the query, represents a useful synoptic view of the data for the user needing to carry out further manual analysis of query results. We present a first implementation of these 'KNIC' concordances for an Old French corpus, using the TigerSearch treebank search engine integrated into the TXM corpus analysis platform.
© aux auteurs, publié par EDP Sciences, 2014
Article en accès libre placé sous licence Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
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